(en) I am NOT a shopaholic and I do not like to search things, BUT I like when I have something new in my house, wardrobe, table. Since I start to work and earn my money, I feel that my “needs” are growing. In my life appears more and more “things”, even if I compare it with others, I can say that I have VERY few gadgets, cloths, accessories, house/kitchen stuff. I still have the feeling that sometimes I can live without some “things” and they are more useless then useful. 

This morning I found an article, which is a real story how to live with less and feel more. I save it here to come back to it and for time to time to read it.

.pdf file is in case article will be deleted or archived

(ro) Nu sunt un/o “shopaholic” si nu am rabdarea necesara atunci cand e nevoie sa-mi cumpar ceva. DAR imi place cand apar lucruri noi in casa, dulap, pe masa. De cand am inceput sa lucrezi si ma simt independeta financiar, direct propotional au inceput sa creasca “necesitatile” mele. In continuu apar tot mai multe “lucruri” in jurul meu, iar daca compar cu ce ai ceilalti in jurul meu imi dau seama ca am foarte putine haine, gadget-uri, lucruri pentru casa/ bucatarie. In acelasi timp cred ca as putea exclude cu usurinta anumite detalii. 

Dimineata am gasit un articol despre o istorie reala cum sa traiesti mai plin cu mai putine. Il salvez aici pentru a reveni la el.

varianta .pdf e inclusa in cazul in care articolul va fi sters sau arhivat

Living With Less

NewYorkTimes, Graham Hill

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